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God of Thunder, God of Storm

January 31, 2013 Leave a comment

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As RT moves ever closer to completing his rewrite of Gilgamesh tablet 4, he is reminded again and again of the powers at the disposal of Enlil, the Sumerian God of Storm–powers that are pitted against the advance of Gilgamesh and his companion Enkidu towards the Cedar Mountain. Gilgamesh may be more god than man, but not even his father/patron, the sun-god Utu, can always prevail against the master of storm and flood. This exceptional photo, taken by Mr. Shane Lear in Orange, Australia, reminds us why.   RT

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Photo: Cloud-to-Cloud Lightening Strike over Orange, Australia. Shane Lear. Originally posted on Flickr via the NOAA Photo Library. WikiCmns. CC 2.0 Generic.

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more than a pretty face…

January 30, 2013 3 comments

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start a revolution & fall in love with a fat woman   RT

(reposted from radical acts)

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more than a pretty face….

Day 238: Venice in winter…

January 30, 2013 Leave a comment

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what a beautiful city…   RT

(reposted from Likeables)

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Day 238: Venice in winter….

Climbing Glaciar Martial Tierra del Fuego Patagonia!

January 30, 2013 Leave a comment

 

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Incredible photos…what an experience!   RT

(reposted from Cindy Knoke)

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Climbing Glaciar Martial Tierra del Fuego Patagonia!.

Towanroath Engine House Revisited

January 25, 2013 2 comments

 

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Once more from the wilds of Britain…  RT

(reposted from Cornwall, a Photographic Journey)

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Towanroath Engine House Revisited.

Veni, Vidi – 10

January 24, 2013 Leave a comment

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Lost Creek Publishing: Alabama, Columbia, orchids…check these folks out…    RT

(reposted from Lost Creek Publishing)

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Veni, Vidi – 10.

On the Socialism of Indigenous America

January 24, 2013 Leave a comment

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a thoughtful commentary on Ernesto Cardenal’s poetry and politics in Central America…definitely worth reading!!!  RT

(reposted from Brett Alan Sanders)

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On the Socialism of Indigenous America.